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VW to equip all MEB-based EVs with bidirectional charging capability starting next year

VW to equip all MEB-based EVs with bidirectional charging capability starting next year

German automobile manufacturer Volkswagen (VW) has confirmed that it will switch to mass-producing all of its MEB-based electric vehicles (EVs) to support bidirectional charging from next year.

Volkswagen partners with BP to create ultra-fast EV charging network in Europe

Volkswagen partners with BP to create ultra-fast EV charging network in Europe

German automaker Volkswagen Group has confirmed that it has signed a strategic deal with British multinational oil & gas giant BP Plc to create a network of ultra-fast charging infrastructure f

All-electric autonomous Volkswagen ID. BUZZ to come in 2025: CEO Carsten Intra

All-electric autonomous Volkswagen ID. BUZZ to come in 2025: CEO Carsten Intra

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, manufacturer of light commercial vehicles owned by Germany-based Volkswagen Group (VW), has confirmed that it has started development of its very first self-driving

EVs overtake conventional car sales in September 2020 across Europe

EVs overtake conventional car sales in September 2020 across Europe

Demand for petrol and diesel-powered cars suffered double-digit percentage drop in September 2020, allowing environment-friendly EVs to overtake the conventional cars across Europe, fresh data publ

Volkswagen to invest $7 billion in North America in 5 years

Luxury car manufacturer Volkswagen AG has announced its decision to invest $7 billion in North America over a period of next five years, a move that basically aims at boosting the company's growth in the region.

Martin Winterkorn, chief executive officer of Volkswagen, announced that the company intended to use the money to set up a new manufacturing facility in the region. However, a location for the new facility has yet to be selected.

Volkswagen’s Chinese arm to recall cars over gearbox complaints

Volkswagen China, the Chinese arm of carmaker Volkswagen AG, has announced its decision to recall an unspecified number of cars to fix potential issues with the vehicles’ direct-shift gearbox systems.

The announcement of the recall was made after it received a notification from China’s quality watchdog, which reportedly found substandard direct-shift gearbox systems in the vehicles.

The substandard gearbox systems can cause unintentional acceleration, which can cause accident.

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